Tagged: Cancellara

All my posts that mention or include Fabian Cancellara in some way.

Fabian Cancellara Classic E3 Harelbeke Sportive Start

Fabian Cancellara Classic 2017 (E3 Harelbeke) Cyclo Sportive Review

As part of my trip to Belgium this year, before signing up to the Gent – Wevelgem sportive, this was the main event for me. A chance to ride up some of the same cobbled climbs that I’d seen the pros ride a couple of days before (and a bit of preparation for whenever it is I’ll get round to riding the Tour of Flanders)....

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Strade Bianche 2017 Preview – Tips, Favourites, Profile

The Spring Classics take their annual trip to Italy for the genuinely modern classic of Strade Bianche. This year is the 10th edition of the race, but it’s now on the WorldTour and its unique white gravel roads make it stand out. The name itself is defined by the race’s standout feature, Strade Bianche translating into ‘white roads’. The gravel presents a challenge where the...

Peter Sagan Bora World Champion

UCI Worldtour Transfers 2017 Round-Up

Transfers round-up for the 2017 cycling season As with every season, there has been a large amount of transfers and changes over the off-season. New teams have been created, old familiar teams and team names have been consigned to history. The highest profile transfers have seen the rainbow jersey of the world champion Peter Sagan change teams, as well as GC heavyweights Vincenzo Nibali and...

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Tour de France Prologue and Stage 2 Recap

The Tour de France started this weekend and we’ve seen two stages take place already. The return of the Prologue time trial has allowed the general classification to receive an instant shake-up and just like previous years, Fabian Cancellara has found himself in the yellow jersey early on. Tour de France Prologue The Prologue was won by Aussie Rohan Dennis, who stormed through holding off...

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E3 Harelbeke 2015 Preview – Tips, Contenders, Profile

E3 Harelbeke is the first World Tour race of Flanders week and we’ve got a strong field of riders all aiming for the win. The race has already courted some controversy before even starting with the ‘sexist poster’ storm which had a nod to Peter Sagan’s podium antics in this race. Harelbeke has been known for its risque posters in the past but the majority...

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Milan – San Remo Preview 2015 – Tips, Contenders, etc.

After successfully predicting the top two at Paris-Nice (and my tip for 3rd came 4th) – here’s my Milan-San Remo preview and predictions. After a period for a few years with an extra hill near the end, the race now favours sprinters with a reasonable degree of climbing, provided all the attacks from puncheurs are neutralised. Milan – San Remo Profile Milan – San Remo...